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Full mouth dental implants

Treatment for total tooth loss

If you’re an edentulous patient wearing dentures for years, you might be looking for a fixed solution to stabilise your prosthetic. Full-mouth dental implants are a great option!

Same-day teeth options from £7,000

Patients will be pleased to know there are three easy ways to replace a full arch of missing teeth.  Two of these methods can be immediately loaded, meaning patients can leave our clinic the same day with a full, new smile.

Plus, if you’ve been told you’re unsuitable for conventional dental implant treatment in the past, you’ll be pleased to know that these innovative procedures make it possible for all types of edentulous cases to receive treatment without the need for additional grafting or sinus augmentation.

So, if you need a solution to replace loose, rotten, missing or failing teeth or an alternative to loose and uncomfortable dentures, explore our same-day full-mouth implant options below.

All on 4

  • Immediately loaded
  • Requires no bone in the jaw
  • Supports 14 teeth on four implants
  • Costs from £14,000
  • £209.27 pm (60 months) with a £4,000 deposit

Implant dentures

  • Removable dentures
  • Requires sufficient bone
  • Uses a minimum of 3 implants
  • Costs from £9,999
  • £232.50 pm (60 months) with a £0 deposit

Zygomatic implants

  • Immediately loaded
  • Requires no bone in the jaw
  • 14 teeth on six implants
  • Costs from £22,000
  • £511.55 pm (60 months) with a no deposit


  • Full set of implants from £162.76pm
  • 0% finance available
  • Interest-bearing 60 months
  • No deposits required (but can help bring down monthly costs)

Full mouth dental implant types

Explore the full mouth dental implant options in greater detail to discover which system is the right one for you.

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All on 4/All on 6

What is All on 4?

All on 4 is a patient-friendly and scientifically-proven full arch rehabilitation method to replace an entire row of missing teeth using just four dental implants.

How does All on 4 work?

Teeth are replaced with four or six implants, which will be surgically positioned in the jaw at a certain angle to make this procedure completely graftless.

The four or six implants will hold a custom-made temporary bridge, which will be immediately loaded until your final prosthetic is ready to permanently fixed three or four months later after a period of osseointegration (healing) has taken place.

What's the procedure like?

The procedure is relatively simple, completed under local anaesthetic chairside. However, IV sedation is available at an addition cost for nervous patients.

It will take on average four hours to place the four implants within the jaw and to fix the temporary teeth in position.

What are the benefits?
  • Immediate results
  • Fewer implants needed
  • Bone preservation
  • Better stability for prosthetic teeth
  • Non-removable
  • Simple maintenance
  • Long-term solution to total tooth loss
How much does it cost?

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Implant Dentures

What are implant dentures?

Implant-retained dentures use a small number of dental implants (typically three) to lock a denture prosthesis into place without the need for suction or sticky adhesives.

Whilst they offer a fixed solution, they are removable and can be taken out to clean.

How do they work?

As implant-retained dentures use a titanium screw that’s embedded into the jaw, the bone grows around the implant, making them stable and secure. By doing this, dentists can achieve a better physical retention to keep the prostheses firmly in place.

Attachments or abutments are then used to click or snap the denture into place.

What's the procedure like?

During the implant-retained procedure a dentist and surgeon will place the dental implants into the jawbone. The patient will then have to wait around three to six months for the implants to fuse with the bone before the final prosthetic can be placed. During this time patients will wear a healing denture. 

What are the benefits?
  • Helps prevent bone loss in the jaw
  • Look like natural teeth
  • Reduce movement
  • Stabilises uncomfortable and loose dentures
How much does it cost?

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Zygomatic Implants

What are zygomatic implants?

Zygomatic implants are immediately loaded implants, which avoid the need for bone grafting as they use two dental implants to secure into the cheekbone for better stability and retention.

How do they work?

Zygomatic implants are longer than typical dental implants and are implanted into your cheekbone to provide a stronger and more secure foundation. As they are placed in the zygomatic arch they provide a more stable alternative to All-on-4 if you have a severe lack of bone at the front of your jaw.

What's the procedure like?

The zygomatic implant procedure is fast and effective with results being achieved after your appointment (in one day). As bone grafting is not required, we can avoid the complex parts of the surgery by extending two implants into the maxilla sinus, which means no movement will be experienced.

IV sedation is recommended.

What are the benefits?
  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Immediately loaded teeth
  • Stronger, more solid support
  • Natural-looking smile
How much does it cost?

Compare full mouth options

Looking for an even cheaper alternative? It’s possible to secure dentures using mini implants, but the lifespan is much shorter.